Debt Collection Handbook
11th October 2021
Having drawn from the expertise of Atradius Collections' local offices, the International Debt Collections Handbook explains the different regulations and procedures for debt collections in Australia.
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Payment Practices Barometer
24th May 2023
Nearly 40% of businesses in Finland who applied for trade credit from their suppliers said their requests were rejected. This signals a safety-first approach to trading on credit amid bank squeeze.
Italian businesses tighten their B2B trade credit policy amid a tough domestic landscape featuring a sharp rise in insolvencies.
As the economy faces headwinds chiefly due to weak domestic demand, uncertain exports trend and high borrowings costs, Spanish businesses withstand trade credit risk to strengthen cashflow.
Greek businesses shorten payment terms offered to B2B customers. This reflects concern about the cost of obtaining new credit required to fill potential liquidity gaps caused by late payments.
A sharp worsening of B2B customers' payment practices during the past months prompted a range of actions in response by companies polled in Ireland.
The Atradius Payment Practices Barometer is an annual survey of business-to-business (B2B) payment practices in markets across the world. These are the 2023 survey findings for Western Europe.
17th May 2023
Is the global transport industry on a highway to climate hell?
10th May 2023
Regardless of the election result, the next Turkish government faces a complicated set of macroeconomic problems
5th May 2023
Is the steel industry on track to meet the world's climate goals?
13th April 2023
Fears of a banking crisis have arisen as several midsized US banks have filed for bankruptcy and Credit Suisse ran into trouble